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For Sale: Remington 870 Timney competition all steel release trigger.

This trigger has a steel frame, not an aluminum one like the factory triggers. 12ga. Wide smooth trigger blade. No safety.

This can be used in a LH 870 by swapping out the carrier (2 minute job). Can also be used on 16ga and standard weight 20ga 870s by swapping out the carrier.

Trigger is adjustable for pull weight (by utilizing a different sear spring, not included), release weight/speed (via an adjustable screw) and overtravel (via an adjustable screw).

Trigger over all is in very good shape with VERY minor wear, the kind of thing you’d expect to see after using a brand new trigger for a couple shoot. Bluing is thinning a little bit on the bottom of the trigger guard. Glenrock Bluing will reblue this to better than brand new condition for 50 bucks if you are so inclined.

Very little wear on the gloss blued carrier.

It has been completely disassembled, ultrasonically cleaned, and re-oiled, and is ready to rock and roll.

$275 shipped to you.

It would cost you more to buy a new OEM 870 trigger and have it converted to release, and you'd still be stuck with the aluminum housing and NARROW factory trigger (which always chewed the heck out of my trigger finger).
 
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